#AuthorInTheSpotlight Paul Mathews – The Royal Wedding Saboteurs – @QuiteFunnyGuy @lovebooksgroup @lovebookstours

I’m pleased to be joined by Paul Mathews, the author of The Royal Wedding Saboteurs. He’s answering my Author in the Spotlight questions today. Thanks to Kelly at Love Books Tours for the invitation to take part in the tour. You can order your copy here. First of all, would you tell my blog readers … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight Paul Mathews – The Royal Wedding Saboteurs – @QuiteFunnyGuy @lovebooksgroup @lovebookstours

Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium: an anthology of uplifting, feel-good summer stories by various authors #bookreview @rararesources

I’m so pleased to have had the opportunity to review this lovely book – and can we just take a moment to admire that pretty cover? I was aware of the previous Miss Moonshine anthologies but hadn’t managed to read one before. I’m so glad that I have got around to reading one of the … More Midsummer Magic at Miss Moonshine’s Emporium: an anthology of uplifting, feel-good summer stories by various authors #bookreview @rararesources

The Memories We Bury by @HALeuschel #bookreview @zooloo2008 #ZooloosBookTours

I’m pleased to be resharing my review of a book I read and enjoyed last year. Thanks to Zoe at Zooloos Book Tours for inviting me to be part of the tour. You can order a copy of the book here: The Memories We Bury. Before I share my thoughts on this book I feel … More The Memories We Bury by @HALeuschel #bookreview @zooloo2008 #ZooloosBookTours

The Penguin Book of Spanish Short Stories edited by Margaret Jull Costa #bookreview @PenguinUKBooks

I have to confess that I know very little about Spanish literature so I was very pleased to be offered the opportunity to read a copy of this collection of Spanish short stories. The Penguin Book of Spanish Short Stories will be published in this beautiful hardback edition this coming Thursday. The anthology has been … More The Penguin Book of Spanish Short Stories edited by Margaret Jull Costa #bookreview @PenguinUKBooks

#Extract from Miller Street SW22 by Jude Hayland – @RandomTTours @judehayland @matadorbooks

I’m delighted to be beginning the blogtour for Miller Street SW22 by sharing the rather intriguing preface of the book with you. First though, let’s find out what the book is about. A story of loss, love, guilt and ultimately hope and redemption, Miller Street SW22 follows a year in the lives of five neighbours who move … More #Extract from Miller Street SW22 by Jude Hayland – @RandomTTours @judehayland @matadorbooks

The Getaway by Isabelle Broom #bookreview @isabelle_broom @hodderbooks

No wonder Kate wants to get away. She’s lost yet another job and been publicly humiliated at her 30th birthday party where a surprise proposal doesn’t quite go to plan. To make matters worse, a video of the event goes viral, and she ends up with no boyfriend, no job and no home. I’d want … More The Getaway by Isabelle Broom #bookreview @isabelle_broom @hodderbooks

#TenThings about author Andrew Scott and his character Willie Morton @AndyMurrayScott

“#TenThings about *Willie Morton* and me.” In an unusual twist on the #TenThings feature, author Andrew Scott talks about the protagonist of his political thriller series and his new title, Sovereign Cause. 1.      Willie Morton does not exist. Sure, he shares some of my characteristics and it’s certainly fun to develop a character extended over a series … More #TenThings about author Andrew Scott and his character Willie Morton @AndyMurrayScott

#AuthorInTheSpotlight – Anni Rose – Recipe for Mr Right – @AnniRoseAuthor @ChocLitUK

Joining me today is author Anni Rose, whose novel Recipe for Mr Right was published by ChocLit last week. Read on to find out why her first published work was in an accountant’s handbook, how she spent publication day and why Krispy Kreme doughnuts affected her choice of which fictional character she’d like to be! … More #AuthorInTheSpotlight – Anni Rose – Recipe for Mr Right – @AnniRoseAuthor @ChocLitUK

Phosphate Rocks by Fiona Erskine #bookreview @SandstonePress @erskine_fiona

I’m delighted to be kicking off the blogtour for Fiona Erskine’s rather unusual crime novel Phosphate Rocks. The back of the book tells us that “During the demolition of a factory, a shocking discovery is made: a mummified corpse encased in a carapace of hardened dust – phosphate rock – surrounded by ten objects that … More Phosphate Rocks by Fiona Erskine #bookreview @SandstonePress @erskine_fiona

A Family Affair by Julie Houston #bookreview @JulieHouston2 @Aria_Fiction @HoZ_Books

Julie Houston is an author who I’ve been meaning to read for quite some time and now that I have read her latest novel, A Family Affair, I’m kicking myself that I didn’t fit one into my reading schedule before as I really rather enjoyed this. But how lovely to know that she has a … More A Family Affair by Julie Houston #bookreview @JulieHouston2 @Aria_Fiction @HoZ_Books